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December 30, 2012

Farmersville, Greenville capture tournament titles

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

(Continued)

LEONARD —

  WC: Sarah Andrews 4, Miranda Watterson 6, Madison Humphries 5, Michaela Burge 14, Cheyanne Lake 6.

                Boys game

Trenton    20     3      4    18    —45

Rains      15    17    15    16    —63

  T: Lane Henderson 9, Dylan McCarley 9, Brandon Stone 2, Tyler Connelly 4, J.J. Foreman 3, Kykle Wylie 4, Slater Stone 6, Alex Meyer 8.

 R: Jesse Oswalt 2, Tyler Lennon 5, Nick Grell 7, Devonte’ Pryor 19, Jacob Dowty 8, Erik Jackson 20, Lochlan Brown 2.

                       Boys game

Caddo Mills    12     8    18    15    —53

Anna               6    12      6     25    —49

  CM: Jordan Dixon 2, Damian Newby 13, Johnathan Gilliespie 4, Jacob Tillet 4, Cory Johnson 2, Steven Gillispie 2, Jordan Bicknell 4, Daxx Hill 17, Tyler Spradlin 5.

  A: Adriun Harrison 24, Ramos 3, Austin Conway 4, Jacob Arvin 8, Brennan White 6, Alec Thompson 4.

                      Girls game

Lindsay        20    17    16    15    —68

Victory Life    8     11    12    12    —43

  L: Tara Atkins 4, Hayley Skinner 18, Nicole Fleitman 5, Maddie Zimmerer 6, Sydney Ott 25, Jalyn Anderie 6, Sarah Fuhrmann 4.

  VL: Michaela Woodall 17, Amber Bruce 7, Amy Roesler 5, Sarah Roesler 4, Macie Bufkin 11, Kaleigh Smith 2.

                     Boys game

Wolfe City    15    10    11    10    —36

Whitewright    8    20    8     14    —50

  WC: Hunter Bostick 6, Malik Gaffney 4, Tim Lloyd 10, Colton Quirl 2, Justin Wilkinson 12, Andre Brown 2.

  W: Dane Robinson 11, Jonathan Smith 7, Jefferson Ballard 4, Dennis Black 2, Bottoms 3, Mason Riggins 14, Avery Dodson 9.

Greenville 64,

Paris 54

  PARIS, Texas — The Greenville Lions avenged an earlier loss this season by beating Paris 64-54 in the championship game of the Paris basketball tournament on Saturday.

  It’s believed to be the Lions’ first tournament title since 2004. Paris beat the Lions 69-61 in Greenville on Nov. 24.

  “Great feeling,” said Lions coach Marcus Smith. “I think in this tournament we played great defense. We played as a team offensively. We ran the floor. We did all the things we need to do to be successful.”

  The Lions jumped out to a 21-12 lead in the first quarter and held on though they were outscored 14-9 in the second quarter. They outscored the Wildcats 34-28 in the second half.

  Dartannon Wilson led the Lions with 14 points, while Jerry Dickeson fired in 12, Darion Neal added 11 and Collen Wilburn chipped in nine.

  Wilburn earned the most valuable player award for the tournament.

Greenville, now 11-10 for the season, will take New Year’s Day off before resuming District 13-4A play at home on Friday night against McKinney North.

  “I think this will give us great moment going into district,” said Smith.

                     Paris Tournament

                     Boys championship game

Greenville    21    9     14    20    —64

Paris           12    14    12    16    —54

  G: John Franklin 1, Jason Thomas 2, Marlon Mack 3, Marquis Taylor 6, Brady Mulkey 6, Collen Wilburn 9, Darion Neal 11, Jerry Dickeson 12, Dartannon Wilson 14.

  P: Ellis 2, Bell 2, Jones 5, Mason 8, Milton 8, S. Johnson 11, Moore 18.

  Record: G 11-10.

  Next game: McKinney North at Greenville, 8 p.m. Friday.

McKinney Christian 43,

Bland (girls) 32

  McKINNEY — McKinney Christian handed the Bland Lady Tigers a 43-32 loss on Saturday in the McKinney Christian tournament.

  Sara Waidelich led Bland with 12 points.

  McKinney Christian Tournament

                                   Girls game

Bland                          5      6      8    13    —32

McKinney Christian    6    14    16    7    —43

  B: Sara Waidelich 12, Morgen Gann 8, Faith Sourber 7.

  MCA: McAdams 15, Wilks 14, Thomason 10.

 

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